Cora Harrington is the Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict, the world’s largest lingerie blog. Founded in 2008, The Lingerie Addict offers lingerie advice, product reviews, and shopping guides, all with a focus on accessibility and availability to all – no matter one’s budget or size.
I’ve been in love with lingerie for as long as I can remember. When I found Cora’s blog, The Lingerie Addict, I fell in love. Not only did it give an alternative voice in the lingerie industry, it featured amazing brands that I had never heard of. Being a busty and petite woman, buying bras has always being a struggle for me. Not only did the site make it easy for me to find lingerie in my size, it also had smaller brands with incredible designs that I never would have heard of.
If you’re having any lingerie struggle or just have a love of lingerie, I highly recommend checking out all the amazing articles by Cora and her team at The Lingerie Addict.
What projects you are currently working on? I’m not sure if TLA has “projects” as such. We’re a blog that publishes multiple times per week, so I suppose the next project is the next blog post.
What’s your guilty pleasure? I don’t see much point in feeling guilty. If you’re going to do a thing, then you should resolve not to feel guilty ahead of time. Like what you like.
I love the saying, “Risk it for the Biscuit”. What does your end biscuit look like? I have never heard this saying before! I suppose my end biscuit looks like having a community where people of all ethnicities, sizes, ages, and backgrounds feel welcome to visit, learn about, and discuss lingerie.
Who has been your greatest inspiration? Eartha Kitt. Her style, her voice, her principles. I wish I’d had the opportunity to be in her presence while she was still alive.
How long have you been living in LA? I live in Orange County, and have been here for one year.
What did you want to do when you were growing up? I thought I would be a doctor, but that didn’t quite work out…
What does hell look like for you? Being trapped in an unhappy situation until you die.
What does heaven look like? Mobility, freedom of choice, self-determination.
What are you most looking forward to in 2017? Travel. Writing. Pushing myself to be a better wife, daughter, and business owner.
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